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Apr
21
revised Does the word “validator” exist?
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Apr
21
suggested approved edit on Does the word “validator” exist?
Apr
21
revised What do you call the act of searching something by walking?
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Apr
21
comment Another way to say “it never hurts”
What exactly do you mean by "in a little bit less strict context?"
Apr
21
answered Another way to say “it never hurts”
Apr
21
answered What's the difference between “Thankful” and “Thank Full”?
Apr
21
answered Ellipsis after a complete sentence
Apr
21
comment Adjective describing a person who has lots of children, not “fertile”
I realize it's not an adjective, but what about matriarch?
Apr
21
revised What do you call a combination of date and time?
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Apr
21
answered Is there a single word noun describing contact details - email, phone, sms, etc
Apr
21
awarded  Teacher
Apr
21
answered What do you call a combination of date and time?
Apr
21
revised What do you call the act of searching something by walking?
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Apr
21
answered What do you call the act of searching something by walking?
Apr
17
revised Capitalizing quotations with initial omission?
Changed double hyphens to em dashes
Apr
17
suggested approved edit on Capitalizing quotations with initial omission?
Jan
20
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Sep
11
accepted What is an antonym for the term “straight-A student?”
Sep
11
comment What is an antonym for the term “straight-A student?”
@FumbleFingers, I ended up using dunce. If you'll make it into an answer (perhaps including an analysis of how it does and doesn't fit the requirements), I will accept it.
Sep
11
comment What is an antonym for the term “straight-A student?”
@Tommy, good analysis. I'm not sure if there is a word that fits the bill perfectly.